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“A Very Busy Plaza”
Review of Plaza de Uncibay

Reviewed 28 August 2017

The Plaza de Uncibay is passed by many people every day and is very busy. There are stores there and also several cafeterias where people sit on the terraces and watch the people pass by.

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Reviewed 14 December 2016

One of the many plazas in the old part of the city. Worth a quick look but not much here except the usual cafes and a decorative column in rather poor condition.

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Reviewed 25 February 2016

The Plaza de Uncibay is one of the most central squares in Malaga. It is surrounded by many restaurants and tapas places, so it is quite popular with tourists.

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Reviewed 28 October 2015

Have never had Tapas before and decided to give it a go. I had thought it was small portions so I was pleased that I only ordered 2 as they were quite large. The Iberian ham was wonderful, service great. Fantastic dessert.

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Reviewed 30 December 2014

The Plaza de Uncibay is a plaza in the historic center of Malaga. It was named after Fernando de Uncibay, a captain from Vizcaya who took part in the conquest of Malaga by the Catholic Kings in 1497. He later became the mayor of the town of Bezmiliana, which is now called Rincon de la Victoria. The plaza was last remodeled in 1989, and this was done by the architects Luis Bono Ruiz de la Herran and Jose Fernandez Oyarzabal, who installed the obelisk. Beside the obelisk are two sculpture groups by the sculptor from Malaga Jose Seguiri. One is titled the Rape of Europa and the other is the Death of Acteon. This plaza has several restaurants, many stores, and plenty of foot traffic, as it is in a central place in the city.

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